Charles Tillman still has enough left in the tank to justify his re-signing in Chicago.
The promotion frees up more time for Aaron Kromer to focus on his offensive coordinator duties.
The Americans scored six goals in a 14-minute stretch in the second period.
Derrick Rose says the AlterG machine and rehab have his full focus right now.
Cubs owner Tom Ricketts is optimistic the finish line is near in the disagreement with rooftop owners.
Richie Incognito says he’s been “dragged through the mud” by his “best friend.”
Jeter says he “could not be more sure” about his decision.
As you’re aware the Winter Olympics are here and the Men’s Ice Hockey competition begins at 11 AM on Wednesday. If you’re a regular listener to The McNeil and Spiegel Show, you’re well aware of how often they like to do drafts. Well, combine the two and what do you get? Fantasy Olympic Hockey.
Let’s stop demanding that famous people be at our beck and call.
Jay Zawaski answers your questions on Brandon Pirri and weighs what the Blackhawks need moving forward.
If you ever go on television, make sure you remove the porn web sites from your browser history first.
The United States and Russia have a good shot to outperform Canada in Sochi.
Jerry Angelo brought Jay Cutler to Chicago but has a less-than-complimentary critique of him now.
Michael Jordan would have to light the torch after a tribute to the city’s diversity.
Come May, an NFL team will have to draft or pick up the first openly gay player.
Some people are as ignorant as ever in their social media responses to Michael Sam coming out.
The Cubs and Samardzija met in the middle for his new deal.
The Chicago Blackhawks have an advantage that few other teams can compete with on a regular basis.
Producers thought it was important to preserve the imagery of the Olympic symbols.
The Sochi Olympics never cease to amaze.
Check out these photos from McNeil’s trip to Canada!
Bill Walton joins Boers & Bernstein in studio at 670 The Score.
Check out these photos of 670 The Score’s Roast, celebrating 20 years of Chicago sports radio!
Check out these throwback head shots from Score personalities.